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Two workers shot, killed at Oakland restaurant
July 03, 2013, 05:00 AM The Associated Press

OAKLAND — Oakland police say they have arrested a suspect in the shooting deaths of two workers at a Wingstop chicken wings restaurant.

The Oakland Tribune (http://bit.ly/1aymMWD) identified the slain workers as 26-year-old Jose Santa Maria and 22-year-old Kenneth Bradley, who both are from Richmond.

The Tribune says that police have revised their initial statement that the slayings in the city’s Grand Lake District late Monday occurred during a robbery, but are not revealing a motive. Nothing was taken from the restaurant.

The person arrested on Tuesday has not been named. Police are reviewing surveillance tapes and looking for a second suspect.

There were four employees and four or five customers inside the restaurant at the time of the shootings. No one else was injured.

 

 

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